A simple warm, Shinogi-lined teacup
Kim Kyung-duk moved from Korea to Nanto City, Toyama Prefecture for more than 20 years. He is creating works that combine various pottery techniques from the Goryeo to Yi Dynasty, which he learned in Korea, with the climate of the land in Nanto where he lives now.
While respecting the techniques inherited by Korean ancestors such as powdered blue sandware (Funseisaki), white porcelain, celadon, etc., we aim to be "expression that only I can do" that will be loved by people for a long time.
It's a little big, so it's perfect not only for tea, but also for coffee and tea.
It is a pleasant teacup when you get it with a "shinogi" line pattern with a unique taste unique to handmade.
Size: Diameter 8cm Height 7.5cm